There are many cities who decided to make Juneteenth a celebration or even observe the day, but not all cities or states were on the same page. Philly Mayor Jim Kenney declared Juneteenth as an official city holiday last year. Earlier this week, Senate passed a bill that would make Juneteenth a federal holiday. All they had to do was get the say from the House. On Wednesday, the House voted overwhelmingly, to make Juneteenth a national federal holiday, 415-14, and President Joe Biden is scheduled to sign the bill into law Thursday afternoon. If you don't know, June 19 commemorates the end of slavery in the U.S. When this bill is signed, it will become the country's 11th federal holiday, according to NBC News. Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris are set to deliver remarks at the signing, and House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, and members of the Congressional Black Caucus will also gather for photos during the bill's enrollment Thursday morning.